The untold story of how the Jewish survivors got reparations for the holocaust.
They called it Plan C.
A Novel by David Armstrong
In 1945, fifty strangers, all survivors of the holocaust bonded together seeking revenge for what they knew to be justified, their plan was to kill six million Germans. They called themselves the Nakam. Their first two attempts failed.
During the war, Ludwig Klimek did what he could. He helped those that no one would help. He escaped his captors without ever knowing who was hunting him. He created a plan that he knew he would not live to see executed. He was an immigrant that created the secret code to finally get the justice that six million people needed and the remaining few wanted.
In 2021, fifty strangers with mysterious tattoos are brought together to decipher the code they had no idea they were a part of for the last seventy-five years. It would not fail this time.
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The book itself is about a very controversial topic and currently global Antisemitism is very bad. I did not want to fuel it, nor have my story used in any way. The book is not about antisemitism, yet some of the plot lines have historical roots in truth. And if you are a reader of my other books, there is a fine line between justice and revenge.
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